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reasonably

adverb
 
 
/ˈriːzənəbli/
B2 in a fair way, showing good judgment
makul bir şekilde, akla uygun biçimde
Why can't we discuss this reasonably, like adults?Justice and fairness
reasonably good/successful/well, etc B2 good/successful/well, etc enough but not very good or very well
oldukça, epeyce
I did reasonably well at school but not as well as my sister.Some and quite
reasonably priced B1 not expensive
makul ölçüde fiyatlandırılmış; ne ucuz ne pahalı; tam değerinde
Costing or worth little or no money
Translations of “reasonably”
in Korean 합리적으로…
in Arabic بِشْكل مَعْقول…
in Portuguese razoavelmente…
in Catalan raonablement…
in Japanese 理性的に, 公正に…
in Italian ragionevolmente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 理性地, 有理智地, 通情達理地…
in Russian рассудительно, разумно…
in Chinese (Simplified) 理性地, 有理智地, 通情达理地…
in Polish rozsądnie…
(Definition of reasonably from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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